And here I was thinking that Motorola had to move beyond the RAZR format to find a little more success in the marketplace. It turns out that they’re still churning out new variants to the RAZR, this time unleashing the Motorola RAZR VE20 into the Sprint universe.
Recently approved by the almighty FCC, the RAZR VE20 is pretty much what you would expect from a RAZR. It’s got a slim profile, metallic keypad, Bluetooth, 2 megapixel camera, and the usual smattering of other features. The main display is QVGA and then there is a secondary display on the outside with a touch-sensitive strip beneath not unlike the V9m.
The outside looks a little different from RAZRs in the past, but it’s still unmistakably part of the RAZR family. Sprint will also pre-install NFL Mobile Live for all the gridiron junkies in the audience.